KOB 4 Health & Wellness Fair

Healthy Advice from more than 200
Wellness Experts For
Every Part of Your Life

Saturday, January 28, 2017
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Sunday, January 29, 2017
Noon - 4 p.m.

Lujan Exhibit Hall - EXPO New Mexico
(NM State Fairgrounds)
300 San Pedro NE, Albuquerque, NM

Admission: Adults $5.00
Children 12 and under are Free
*Note: Expo New Mexico charges $5 for parking

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Don't miss the largest and most comprehensive Health Fair in New Mexico!

KOB 4 Talent Appearances

Saturday, Jan. 28

  • 10 a.m. - Noon: Steve Stucker, J.P. Murrieta and Erica Zucco
  • 12:30 - 2:30 p.m.: Tom Joles, Tessa Mentus and Jorge Torres
  • 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.: Colton Shone

Sunday, Jan. 29

  • Noon - 2 p.m.: Chris Ramirez, Danielle Todesco and Eddie Garcia

Need Support?

  • Family Help: Get connected to services
  • Childcare Assistance: Experts to help you sign up for financial assistance
  • Saturday Only: FREE Vaccines (while supplies last):
    - Tdap
    - Meningococcal
    - HPV

Want to Help?

  • Get Involved: Find out how to help NM Kids

UNM Hospitals

  • FREE Flu Shots (while supplies last): UNM College of Pharmacy
  • Info on 3D Mammography and other services: UNM Breast Imaging
  • Hand strength and fall risk assessments: UNMH Rehabilitation
  • Plus meet with other departments: UNMH Center for Diabetes and Nutrition Education, UNM Center for Life, UNM Health Sciences Center Library and Informatics Center, UNM Clinical and Translational Science Center, UNMH Intermediate Care Nursery, New Mexico Donor Services, Sandoval Regional Medical Center, UNMH Trauma Surgical Intensive Care Unit, UNM Dental Medicine, UNM Vein & Cosmetic Center, UNMH Native American Health Services

Quest Diagnostics


  • Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH): Tests for low & excessive functioning of the thyroid.
    Why Get Tested: An excess or deficiency of this hormone can affect energy levels, mood, and many functions
  • Cholesterol: Tests cholesterol levels--- 8 Hour Fast Recommended
    Why Get Tested: High cholesterol may put you at risk for heart disease or stroke. Decreased levels can indicate malnutrition, intestinal malnutrition, intestinal malabsorption, hyperthyroidism, chronic anemia, liver disease or other medical conditions.

Low-Cost Tests:

  • Prostate (PSA): $8.00 o Measures PSA Levels
    Why Get Tested: Prostate cancer is among the most common cancers among men. PSA levels may assist in early detection of cancer
  • Cardio IQ Lipid: $8.50--- 8 Hour Fast Recommended
    Measures total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol ("bad" cholesterol), HDL cholesterol ("good" cholesterol), and triglycerides.
    Why Get Tested: Low LDL and a high HDL work together to protect against heart attack and stroke. High triglycerides increase risk for heart attack, stroke and diabetes
  • Cardio IQ HgBA1C Lipid: $8.00--- 8 Hour Fast Recommended
    Measures average blood sugar levels over the past 90 days
    Why Get Tested: High levels can indicate pre-diabetes or diabetes
  • ION Mobility: $25.00 o Measures the size and number of the particles in your blood that make up your lipids
    Why Get Tested: Information helps your doctor understand your risk and how to manage it with diet, exercise and possibly medication
  • Cardio IQ Vitamin D: $21.00
    Measures 25-OH vitamin D activity in patients not suffering from renal disease
    Why Get Tested: Lower than normal vitamin D levels can mean a dietary deficiency, poor absorption of the vitamin or impaired metabolism of the sterol in the liver.


  • FREE help signing up for health insurance
  • FREE one-on-one advice
  • Experts to help you find right health insurance plan for you and your family
  • Deadline to sign up is January 31, 2017
  • More info: or 855-996-6449

What do I need to apply?

  1. Basic information. Names and dates of birth for each person in your household.
  2. Home mailing address. If someone in your household has a different home address, you'll need that, too.
  3. Social Security numbers. Enter each person's Social Security number. If you leave this blank, you may be asked to provide more information at a later time.
  4. Information about professional enrollment help. Did you get help from a broker, agent or enrollment counselor? If so, you'll enter some information about this person on your application.
  5. Immigration document information. Is anyone on your application a legal immigrant? If so, you'll be asked to provide information from immigration documents.
  6. How you file your taxes. If you file federal income taxes, you may be asked about your filing status and who you claim as a dependent on your taxes.
  7. Income information. Enter employer and income information for everyone in your household.
  8. Health insurance policy numbers. If anyone in your household currently has a health insurance plan, you'll enter the policy numbers. You can find this on the health insurance card or documents from the plan.
  9. Current Marketplace Plan ID. You'll enter the Plan ID for anyone in your household who currently has Marketplace coverage.

New This Year!

Ninja Park

  • FREE: Try fun fitness obstacle course!


  • Free Self-Defense Demos with APD Lt. Trish Hoffman
  • Plus, free card to remind you what you've learned

AFD Calendar Crew

  • Meet AFD Calendar Crew
  • Buy a calendar
  • Get autographs
  • Learn CPR
  • Adopt a pet


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